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Have you ever read a page or two, maybe an entire chapter of a text,
only to get to the ending and realize
you can't remember what you've read?

It is AMAZING what you will discover while you critically read a text.
Students miss critical
information when they merely skim through assignments and articles.
If you want to
 retain the information you read, you must read it CRITICALLY

Study Tips

Be Successful:

1)  Schedule your time.  Use your planner!

2)  Take notes and study from them. Make flashcards or a study guide to review and study for tests.

3)  Be organized. Dedicate a space in your backpack for every class, whether it's a folder or binder, where you ALWAYS store your notes, handouts and homework for that class.

4)  If you are struggling, ask for help.  Talk to your teacher, get a tutor, make use of all study resources on and off campus. 

5)  Find a place to study that is quiet, comfortable, and without distractions.  Take a 5-10 minute break each hour.

6)  Don't procrastinate!  Work on your homework and study or review every night.

7)  Regular sleep, exercise and a healthy diet will give you more energy and keep you feeling well and able to do your best.




Critical Reading

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Good Luck Forgetting This


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